Art Attack Archive: April, 2013

Exhibit of the week: La Tauromaquia

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Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Penn’s Arthur Ross Gallery is currently exhibiting works that pay homage to one of the world’s... Read more

Giant inflatable poop among many strange sculptures in Hong Kong

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A 51-foot-tall inflatable feces installation was one of many strange public art pieces on display at the site of the future Hong Kong visual... Read more

Weekend art picks for April 26-28

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Enjoy some of our favorite local picks for art events around Philadelphia, this weekend. Read more

Art Throb: Jenny Lee Maas

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Warhol, Chagall, Picasso, and Jenny Lee Maas? The name was foreign, but not unwelcomed at an NYC Sunday’s Auction House last February... Read more

Kick of the Month: Aerial dance and music in Fairmount Park

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Can you imagine an amazing outdoor event at the beginning of the summer that combines music, aerial dance, visual art, and nature? Invisible... Read more

Biology inspired aesthetics

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Most people would either consider themselves to be art-minded or science-minded but, the truth is, the two are not mutually exclusive. The... Read more

Exhibit of the Week: Science as Muse

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They’re beautiful, the sculptures in Science as Muse, the latest exhibit at the Clay Studio; there’s no doubt about that when you... Read more

The president or the painter?

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Since early February, the news of George W. Bush’s retirement hobby has been a hot topic in the world of politics and art. Yes, Roosevelt... Read more